• Carmel High School dismissed on May 26. We will continue to periodically release information throughout the summer.


Freshman Braeden White (left) along with his brother, freshman Brooks White (right) and his mother, Amy White-Meadows  (middle-right) went to their grandparent’s house for a family dinner 
on May 2.

In light of Mother’s Day on May 9, students, teacher consider parenting, working through pandemic

Kruti Subbannavar May 9, 2021

For freshman Braeden White, the morning of Mother’s Day dawns the same way it has for many years before: with breakfast of citrus pancakes for his mother in bed and a necklace as a present. However,...

Sophomore Shri Atluri plays with his cockapoo, Teddy, on a winter afternoon. Like many others, Atluri and his family adopted their dog at the start of the quarantine.

New dog owners share experiences for National Love Your Pet Day, Feb. 20, how dogs improved personal mental health

Raghav Sriram February 21, 2021

At the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, sophomore Shri Alturi and his family decided to adopt their dog Teddy. “I got a cockapoo, which is a poodle and cocker spaniel mix. We got him exactly on Leap...

Freshman Joseph Sandy sits in the Freshman Cafeteria by himself. “I expected negativity, but instead I got positivity,” Sandy said.

Students reflect on experience of coming out of quarantine after having COVID-19

Kruti Subbannavar, Feature Reporter September 24, 2020

It’s hot in the classroom. Junior Emily Long lowers her mask to take a sip of water. A classmate jokingly quips, “Don’t pull down your mask,” and Long is reminded of the fact that she is a COVID-19...

Seniors Anna Thompson and Jordan LaBoyteaux (ABOVE), junior Isabella Wan (BOTTOM LEFT) and senior Nicholas Kupilas (BOTTOM RIGHT) find different ways to pass summer break in quarantine. The students followed the social distancing guidelines of Stage 4 of Gov. Holcomb’s Back on Track plan which began June 12 and ended July 3.

August Litebox: Busy Over Break

August 13, 2020


Guest Column: My Experiences With COVID-19

Guest Column: My Experiences With COVID-19

June 24, 2020

By Trinity Bittermann Ever since December, I had very severe anxiety about the virus. As months went by, the anxiety got worse. Then the first or second week of March I started getting sick, signs of...

Rising junior Claire Qu assembles necklaces by hand. She started selling them about a month ago and has raised more than $120 so far.

Rising Junior Claire Qu sells handmade necklaces to contribute to World Health Organization Covid-19 Response Fund

Thea Bertolini May 27, 2020

What are you making? I’m making seed bead necklaces! They are clasp necklaces with different glass seed beads strung onto them. The necklaces are simple but cute and they are great to wear during the...

Senior Sarah Hao remains in Japan for foreign exchange program despite pandemic

Senior Sarah Hao remains in Japan for foreign exchange program despite pandemic

Angela Qian May 21, 2020

How did you get involved with the Rotary Youth Exchange (RYE) program? I asked (my parents) if I could study abroad, and my dad was like, “Actually, I think this would be a really good opportunity.”...

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